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Lawrence Liberation Front starts work on campus initiatives

Lawrence Liberation Front starts work on campus initiatives

Students protest police brutality outside of Sampson House on Oct. 16 in an event organized by the Lawrence Liberation Front. Photo by Sebastian Evans With the mission to spread information about social and political issues, the newly formed Lawrence Liberation Front (LLF) is making its presence felt on campus through public protests and recruitment efforts.

Subculture on Main: A. J. Ulwelling

Sophomore A.J. Ulwelling. Photo by Dani Massey Subculture on Main strives to raise awareness of the diversity of people and important issues on the Lawrence University campus. Care is taken to give equal platform to unique individuals and to listen to their stories with an open mind. Interviews are reflective only of the interviewee on

Student Group Spotlight: SOL Studios

Sophomore Yanni Yang and seniors Nathan Glazer and Daniel Green practice in the recording space at SOL Studios. Photo by Sebastian Evans Tucked away in the basement of the Music-Drama Center, in the corner of WLFM studios, is Students of Lawrence Studios (SOL). SOL has been an organization on campus for many years now, bringing

Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration continues virtually

Last year’s on-campus Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration, held on Oct. 14, 2019, featured a powwow dance performance by Oneida Nation dancers in traditional dance garments. Photos by Sarah Navy. Lawrence University Native American Organization (LUNA) hosted a virtual event to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday, Oct. 12. Their video can be found on the

Student Spotlight: Hannah Jones

Photo of Junior Hannah Jones. Photo provided by Hannah Jones. Junior vocal performance major Hannah Jones is a dedicated student and performer who comes from a family tradition of talented musicians. She has earned recognition both through her roles at Lawrence as well as her outside accomplishments, including being chosen to star as Tisbe in

Student vocal recital awes

Senior Samantha Gibson strikes a high note. Photo by Sebastian Evans. This past Saturday, Oct. 10, senior Samantha Gibson performed a repertoire of songs for her student recital. Though the performance space was empty, Gibson’s voice filled the stage and the ears of the limited number of attendees. Her first three songs exemplified her voice

Student demonstration demands administrative shift

Students gather outside Sampson House for the”Justice for Marginalized Students” demonstration on October 2nd. Photo by Sebastian Evans *Name changed to protect identity A student-led demonstration in support of marginalized students was held Oct. 2 in front of Sampson House, following an anti-Semitic and racist hate crime near campus that occurred Sep. 26. Student Rowan

LUNA on the importance of Indigenous Peoples’ Day

2019’s Indigenous People’s Day Celebration featured Oneida Nation dancers showcasing various traditional dances. Photo by Sarah Navy Indigenous Peoples’ Day has become an important part of the Lawrence community and culture. Indigenous Peoples’ Day recognizes, and honors the beautiful cultures, traditions and lives of Indigeous People around the world. At Lawrence, LUNA (Lawrence University Native

Subculture on Main: Grace Stahl

Grace Stahl shows her favorite reading spot under a tree between Draheim and Sabin House. Photo by Dani Massey Subculture on Main strives to raise awareness of the diversity of people and important issues on the Lawrence University campus. Care is taken to give equal platform to unique individuals and to listen to their stories

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